The monthly traffic feature, that’s at times also identified as bandwidth or info transfer, indicates the full amount of info that can be uploaded to your shared website hosting account and downloaded from it every month. The site traffic is produced mainly by site visits - whenever somebody goes to your web site, the pages they see are downloaded from the website hosting server to their machine or smartphone and they are displayed by the browser. What counts towards the site traffic generated is the overall size of these webpages, as a result the more site visitors you get for some period of time, the more traffic will be generated. In addition to the site visits, file uploads are also counted towards the entire monthly transfer this means that every time you upload web site content or any other files with a file manager or an FTP application, they'll also produce some site traffic. The counter resets on day one of every month and it's not related to the date you've registered and the date you've renewed your website hosting package.
Monthly Traffic in Shared Website Hosting
All of our shared website hosting plans are perfect for any kind of small or medium-sized web site and even a larger variety of web sites. Considering that you can host different domains in a single account, we've designed our packages in such a way so as to provide all of the options you will need. Whether you run an individual portfolio website or an eCommerce site, our monthly traffic quota that your web site may use won't be a problem. In this way, you'll have the option to widen your worldwide web presence and acquire a large number of new site visitors without having to worry about hitting a limit. Our Hepsia hosting Control Panel provides you with elaborate details for the traffic usage to and from your account, which will enable you to manage all your sites and the account more efficiently. You are able to check monthly, daily and hourly statistics, the traffic generated by each domain and by the account as a whole, the most often downloaded files, etc.